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Barrie (provincial electoral district)

 

Barrie (provincial electoral district)

Barrie
electoral district
Barrie in relation to other central Ontario electoral districts
Coordinates:

44°24′30″N 79°41′01″W / 44.40833°N 79.68361°W / 44.40833; -79.68361Coordinates: 44°24′30″N 79°41′01″W / 44.40833°N 79.68361°W / 44.40833; -79.68361
Location of the constituency office (as of 12 July 2010)

Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of Ontario
MPP
 
 
 
Rod Jackson
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District created 2004
First contested 2007
Last contested 2011
Demographics
Population (2006) 128,430
Electors (2007) 87,691
Area (km²) 88
Pop. density (per km²) 1,459.4
Census divisions Barrie
Census subdivisions Barrie
For the federal electoral district, see Barrie (electoral district).

Barrie is a provincial electoral district in central Ontario, Canada. It was created for the 2007 provincial election. The entire riding was created from Barrie—Simcoe—Bradford.

The riding includes all of the City of Barrie.

Members

Assembly Years Member Party
39th 2007–2011     Aileen Carroll Liberal
40th 2011–present     Rod Jackson Progressive Conservative

Election results

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2007 electoral reform referendum

Ontario electoral reform referendum, 2007
Side Votes %
First Past the Post 27,941 61.6
Mixed member proportional 17,391 38.4
Total valid votes 45,332 100.0

Sources

  • Elections Ontario Past Election Results

Riding associations

  • Barrie Green Party
  • Barrie Liberal Riding Associations
  • Barrie NDP Riding Association
  • Barrie Provincial Progressive Conservative Association
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